- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Longs Peak too, with a 14k foot summit. These mountains are huge.
We got to Estes Park and got checked into our camper cabin at KOA. This place is packed this weekend. Our little cabin is in a good spot and really clean and cute. We decided to go over to The Stanley to see if we could somehow get into a ghost tour tonight... maybe somebody wouldn't show up or cancel. There was a lot going on there ...
... a misty apparition, moving things, making noises, and closing the door to her room. While hanging out in Lucy's room, after several requests from our guide, Lucy made an "appearance" in the form of a presence behind the opened door. I got up and pushed against the door - and I can honestly say it FELT like something was pushing back at me. When I quit pushing - the door remained where it was.
Our guide asked Lucy to close ...
... off in disgust. You know what *****…GO **** YOURSELF. Seriously. Not everyone is willing to drop $300 a night (which is what it would have been with all their ******** taxes and fees) for a room (one regular room…not a 1 bedroom or anything fancy…you can call it a suite but it’s a ROOM). I fully recognize there are people who will pay $300 a night and more on a hotel and not bat an eye so I respect them charging that but ...
Today I visited Rocky Mountain National Park by way of Estes Park, CO.
I first visited RMNP back in 2007 on my first trip to Colorado, and it was one of the parks that inspired my interest in visiting national parks. At that time, I had never been to the top of a mountain as high as the Rockies, and I was fascinated by it. It felt like being on top of the world, and still does.
I started toward Estes ...
... a little bit of language lessons.
The boys enjoyed listening to a video or Irish music as they worked on their art projects from their Irish studies. A particular favorite was Johnny BagPipes, they ask for his videos often.
We have a few more studies to get to so that we will know some history of statues and architecture.
Personally I'm excited ...